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Our March Madison River Newsletter--All the news from The Madison River in Ennis Mt.
Our February Madison River Newsletter
Oh September what a glorious month it is to be on the Madison and in Montana. The first chill of fall, leaves of gold, cooler days and nights, and fish that are re-energized. If a person could only spend one week fishing the Madison each year and wanted good fishing, stable water and great views mid September would be hard to beat.
With the month of August rolling through we have had good reports of Callibaetis and Trico's out on the lake. If you seek a little more movement in your fly line than the still water pursuit the upper Madison has been producing well and good news if you are planning on hitting the river this week flows bounced back with a little more volume and should stay that way for a couple of days befor..
With each passing day through the heart of August the question we get at the shop the most is what access point has the most hopper's. Good news bad news is I have yet to hear about one specific section of the river having the banks loaded up with hopper's, but everyday I hear reports of the fish taking hopper's. They are out there just a little distance up the hill with wandering inse..
Standing on the banks of the river in shorts well quickly bring a reminder of the progress ant colonies have made this summer. August is officially upon us and for me it has always signaled a time to look to the shrubs and grass before the seine net. Yes there are ants along the rivers edge and some patterns have been effective but what is more tantalizing is a coworker's first hand ex..
Being my first season here in the Madison Valley there are several things that I am impressed with. Whether it be the sheer number of insects in one of the intense hatches or how many different hatches you well see going on at the same time. It is also amazing to see all of the people dedicated to finding trout on a fly come through town. Whe..
FlyAgra and Dust for the tips of fresh Leaders. With the appearance of the nocturnal's skittering around at night the trout have really set their eyes in an up position. We have had a lot of people coming in stocking up on Chubby Chernobyl's Purple Haze and Elk Hair Caddis to name a few. It seems the warm days have the fish taking a nap around one pm but that energy being saved is unle..
The weather decided to help out the raising water temperatures with a cold front the last couple of days. Despite the weather change people have been coming in saying that they have been doing good. If you find your self in the midst of a thunderstorm and cloudy weather don't be afraid to throw a Woollybugger San Juan worm or a streamer. The unexpected rise in water can dislodge ..
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